Himansu Shekhar Rout

Odisha Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik owns moveable and immovable properties worth Rs 71 crore. This information came to the fore from the affidavit which he submitted on Tuesday while filing his nominations for the Hinjili Assembly seat in Ganjam for the 2024 election.

Patnaik has been elected from the seat five times and is now seeking re-election from the seat.

In the affidavit, the Chief Minister declared cash in hand worth Rs 30,000 and movable property worth Rs 14 crore.
He has shown details of his bank deposits, bonds, debentures, investments, postal deposits and landed property assets in the affidavit.

Naveen has opened an account with the SBI at Kantabanji where he is also contesting election. In this account, he has Rs 30 lakh (New account exclusive for election expenses).  

He has a fixed deposit of Rs. 75,00,000 in Bank of India, Janpath, New Delhi, deposit of Rs.  I,00,00,000 in HDFC Bank, New Delhi and deposit of Rs. 30,00,000(exclusive for election expenses) at State Bank of India, Hinjili Branch. 

Moreover, he has Rs.68,34,316.13 in the savings account at Bank of India, Janpath, New Delhi; Rs. 1999.00 in an account of State Bank of India, Parliament House, New Delhi; Rs. 22,50,990.27 in an account of State Bank of India, Bapuji Nagar, Bhubaneswar. 

Besides, the Chief Minister has immovable properties worth Rs 57 crore, including the Naveen Niwas building and land worth Rs 13.66 crore and his house at Abdul Kalam Road in New Delhi worth Rs 43.36 crore.

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